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henderson... where police have taped off a gated community. this is on pleasure lane...near paradise hills and the 5-15, we are hearing reports of a possible shooting but are still waiting to hear from police. again -- we haven't been able to confirm anything with authorities. as soon as we get more information so will you on air and online at ktnv dot com. good lesley marin alongside 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis -- dan are we going to see more rain in the day ahead? ((ad-lib)) rainfall is still possible as we go into your saturday with much cooler temperatures. highs today will remain below the normal with a forecast high at 95. if the clouds do remain most of the day we will struggle to hit that number and if it rains throughout the day we will be much cooler than that. speaking of rain we could see
stronger storms are expected in southern nevada. of the week with slight rain chances returning by wednesday in most locations. highs will also warm back above average to around 105 by tuesday for the las vegas valley. overnight-- mother nature takes it's toll on a woman's car...causing her the scare of car...causing her the scare of a lifetime! that woman was stranded on the 95 about 15 miles north of searchlight after her car was struck by lightning. take sot :09 brenna schrader car hit by lightning 20.34.00.00 "all of a sudden
the back of my car and my car was dead. i was able to move over to the side and all the sudden the suv's antenna and shattered the back window. it also shut the car down.. but she was able to get the car to the shoulder. with her car unable to move... she say she then started seeing water rushing over both lanes of the highway. brenna schrader car hit by lightning 20.35.10.00 "i got scared and, i was crying on to highway patrol a 911." both lanes of 95 were closed in searchlight for about a 15 mile stretch to allow crews to clear all the debris from the highway. new from overnight -- a flight delayed at mccarran after... a possible threat is written on a piece of paper! officials tell us... a flight came in from miami and when crews were cleaning the cabin for the out-bound
appeared to be a threat written on it. it was not deemed as credible or dangerous but the flight was delayed. overnight metro police releasing pictures of this robbery suspect hoping you recognize him. detectives say he robbed a business on tropicana earlier this month. they say he stormed in, demanded money and ran away. take a close look -- you can see the man wearing a distinctive unlv hat. if you know who he is -- call metro. new this morning -- take a look ...these pictures into our newsroom overnight...of that fire that destroyed "the peoples autism foundation" warehouse. these images show just how devastating that fire was to the non- profit. you may recall the fire broke thursday night near dean martin and harmon destroying all of the school supplies they had collected...day earlier. thursday-- 13 action news held a phone bank and our viewers
a nevada state trooper is alive this morning thanks in part to his now- badly wounded badge. chopper 13.. fast and first over the scene after a man opened fire on the officer near us-95 and boulder but one of the men inside the car jumped out and took off. during the foot-chase.. the suspect and trooper ex one of the suspect's bullets was deflected by the trooper's badge on his chest. the suspect was shot and killed "they train for this one particular moment." "the fact that this badge was struck by the bullet deflected it is truly a miracle." nhp tweeted out this picture after the shooting with a message saying- we are grateful the trooper went home safe to his family.
vicious attack that could leave a woman permanently disfigured police say tanisha armstrong dumped boiling grease on a woman while her brother held the victim down. the victim told police it happened during an argument after she called armstrong 'ugly'.. causing her to snap. armstrong is now facing charges of attempted murder. a las vegas mother says she's frustrated and frightened after someone broke into her house.. but metro isn't doing enough to help catch the men who did it nichole and her daughter were sleeping when some robbers kicked in her bedroom door tuesday night. she says she told a detective she believes her neighbors did it.. but the officer told her he'll be on vacation for the next two weeks. 105647 105656 excuse me what is me and my family suppose to do for two full weeks...we're suppose to sit here in prison and lock everything up.. a neighbor's security camera
showing 3 people walking to her front door several times tuesday night before running from the home.. but metro says it needs to find probable cause before taking anyone into custody. bail is set now at nearly a quarter of a million dollars for the man accused of luring underage girls into sex- trafficking. david coil made his first court appearance yesterday. if he does make bail.. the judge has ordered him to be under house arrest and surrender his passport. police say co girls with ads on craigslist. one alleged victim told police the girls performed explicit sex acts for paying customers. donald trump is trying to rally support from the hispanic voters here in the valley. he met with a group of latino business leaders at a private fund- raiser. the meeting comes as he struggles badly in the polls among spanish-speaking voters-following controversial statements he's made on immgration-a hispanic judge-and
jesus marquez was in that meeting. reporter "do you think donald trump is creating an atmosphere of bigotry or divisiveness?" marquez "no-i really believe he needs to change his tone, his rhetoric." if he focuses on policy, on jobs, education, border security-those things can resonate among regular hard- working americans-including hispanics." the meeting also comes as trump repeatedly changes his position on immigration reform. we'll have more on that in our next new this morning -- this man you see behind me has been arrested overnight and charged with two counts of capital murder for killing two mississippi nuns. sister margaret held and sister paula merril were found stabbed to death in their home thursday. the two nuns were both nurse practitioners. for more than 30 years, they've tirelessly served the poor. they sang in church and other
"this is one of the poorest counties in all of mississippi." // we make a difference in people's lives, and we never know what that difference is." the catholic diocese says their home was broken into. police suspect a robbery and found their missing car a mile away. the man accused of killing them - rodney sanders - is being held in an undisclosed location. a major scare at a nebraska airport is caught on camera! police say a man stole a truck and crashed it into a plane from a shocked passenger ahead. plus -- their daughter was tortured and killed by isis. now.. kayla mueller's family is opening.. saying the u-s government failed them. one promise they say obama never kept. ((ad-lib))
highs today will remain below the normal with a forecast high at 95. if the clouds do remain most of the day we will struggle to hit that number and if it rains throughout the day we will be much cooler than that. speaking of rain we could see light to moderate rain e day with isolated pockets of heavier rain. into the afternoon if we get some sunshine today more stronger storms are expected in
sunday is looking much drier and again warmer with highs near 100. we will remain dry through most of the week with slight rain chances returning by wednesday in most locations. highs will also warm back above around 105 by tuesday for the las vegas valley. rainfall is still possible as we go into your saturday with
temperatures. highs today will remain below the normal with a forecast high at 95. if the clouds do remain most of the day we will struggle to hit that number and if it rains throughout the day we will be kayla mueller's family says... they made their own pleas with the terror group for her release.. including an exchange of 27 emails from their home in arizona. after kayla was killed in captivity.. the president went to arizona to console the family ...and promised to help the foundation they set up in her memory. but they say it was a promise he didn't keep. brian ross: "there hasn't been
i'm still waiting for that donation, mr. president. for 17-months.. the muellers say they fought for their daughter's release and even tried to raise ransom money. but.. they say a white house official threatened them with criminal prosecution if they continued. a bizarre incident at a nebraska airport started as a security scare and ended with a man in the hospital facing felony charges. screaming :03 polic dealario koonce . he initially screamed that people were trying to kill him. when officers tried to approach -- he ran away. airport police say koonce took off his pants -- hopped a barbed wire fence -- and landed on one of the most secure parts of the airport -- the airfield. police say koonce ran across several ramps -- found an airline pickup truck with keys inside -- and crashed into a southwest airlines plane -- as
044 (bi nguyen/witness): "never in my life would i thought, pull up to my gate and looked over and there is just this white truck rammed into the southwest plane police say koonce tested positive for meth. the cosmopolitan of las vegas is making our town a better place to live! when good morning las vegas returns our guest will join us live to tell you about a veteran's job fair happening this week and just how much it means for the vets! you're watching 13 action news, fast and first.
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and for veterans...just coming home... getting a job can be hard. that's why the cosmopolitan of las vegas...is working to change that...and to talk about their upcoming job fair is lori can you tell us about the career fair? what businesses are going to be present? something interesting to point out; this is the first time a resort has hosted a veteran's career fair and invited external employers, what was the
information about the resort's overall veterans program named supporting our veterans? what is your goal with your veterans program, supporting our veterans? where can people go for more information? the supporting our veterans career fair is this wednesday castellan ballroom at the cosmopolitan las vegas. when we return-- the funny faces being made by a donald trump support...dont want to miss it and for veterans...just coming home... getting a job can be hard. that's why the cosmopolitan of las vegas...is working to change that...and to talk about
calderon. can you tell us about the career fair? what businesses are going to be present? something interesting to point out; this is the first time a resort has hosted a veteran's career fair and invited external employers, what was the reasoning behind that? can you give us some information about the resort's overall veterans program named supporting our veterans? what is your goal with your veterans career fair is this wednesday castellan ballroom at the cosmopolitan las vegas. when we return-- the funny faces being made by a donald trump support...dont want to
face so funny, it's gone viral. jeanne moos reports . what happens behind donald trump, doesn't stay behind donald trump... (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "hillary clinton is a bigot." it goes viral. the latest trump supporter to react with shock to the donald's words was pounced on by a critic who wrote...
(pundits) "that was classic, that was hilarious. this lady? eeeeee!" just over two weeks earlier it was darrell vickers' jaw that dropped... (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "although the second amendment people, maybe there is." when the donald riffed on how gun supporters might stop hillary. (darrell vickers/trump supporter) "i can't believe he said it. it was a joke." darrell says he's still voting for trump. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "we can't play games." we've seen one guy feed another chips behind the donald. hillary while a guy covered with stickers chewed over her speech. (jeanne moos/cnn national correspondent) "what are the different nicknames you've had?" (peter clinkscales/"sticker boy") "i've gotten sticker boy, sticker man, idiot." at a trump rally in texas we watched a when prayer was mentioned, and even climb... (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "to restore the ladder of success." his own invisible ladder. (jeanne moos/cnn national
supporters from pranksters who manage to sneak in to clown for the cameras." pranksters like the guys who got behind "settle for hillary" shirts. at a trump rally the same pair showed up wearing armbands. (reporter) "trump armbands." the donald may say.... (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "hillary clinton is a bigot." but trump is a spigot of startling statements. this woman's face was more mobile than her hands which only managed a feeble two claps. and when he's not provoking funny faces, trump is no slouch jeanne moos cnn new york. one colorado man was fed up with recent violence during traffic stops.. so he created an app hoping to help both drivers and officers! how it works and where you get it -- next. plus -- one valley school is making football safer for the
again -- we haven't been able to confirm anything with authorities. as soon as we get more information so will you on air and online at ktnv dot com. we're also on top of a developing story affecting the entire valley right now. some severe storms moved through overnight -- and now it seems to be getting calmer. 13 first alert meteorologist dan bronis has the latest -- ((ad-lib)) rainfall is still possible a much cooler temperatures. highs today will remain below the normal with a forecast high at 95. if the clouds do remain most of the day we will struggle to hit that number and if it rains throughout the day we will be much cooler than that. speaking of rain we could see light to moderate rain early in the day with isolated pockets of heavier rain. into the afternoon if we get some sunshine today more stronger storms are expected in southern nevada. sunday is looking much drier
near 100. we will remain dry through most of the week with slight rain chances returning by wednesday in most locations. highs will also warm back above average to around 105 by tuesday for the las vegas valley. we've seen the hard hits on the football field.. including collisions that can leave a quarterback looking stunned and stumbling. now.. a valley high school is making the game a little safer for its players... by using a helmet pad that cushions the impact. 13 action news reporter david schuman shows us how it works as faith lutheran kicked off its season. "come on, give me a good move. violent with the hands, get up." hit 03:23:18 "clearly
physical, physical." faith lutheran high school has made an investment in its football players. more than 100 players at the varsity and middle school levels wear guardian caps every practice. 03:20:01 tom degeorge, parent "they take a little bit out of the sting of the hits between the kids." david schuman, faith lutheran high school "the guardian cap is a layer of padding that goes on each helmet. it's easily strapped on and off and the head coach at faith lutheran says since they started using these last season, not one player has sat out for headaches or concussion-like symptoms." lutheran head football coach "we were ecstatic about the results that we received." hit nothing exists to eliminate concussions altogether. the makers of guardian cap claim their padding reduces the impact of hits up to 33 percent. 03:13:03 fox "this game is just increasingly gotten more dangerous....so it just becomes more important to us as coaches to make sure we're teaching the young men properly and taking every measure that we can to keep them safe." it's a technology parents can certainly appreciate.... 03:24:21 robyn caspersen, parent "extra insurance against a head injury." ...especially when they have to watch their
basis. 03:26:07 lisa degeorge, parent "it hurts me. it hurts me just as much as it hurts them so it's tough." at faith lutheran high school..david schuman..13 action news. this morning a new major development in a case made famous by the docu-series "making a murderer". steve avery's lawyer was in wisconsin yesterday to file new papers in his appeal ( colleen henry, reporting) "welcome to wisconsin, what are you here to do?" kathleen zellner arrived in a limo, wearing a st. crew following her. zellner filed a motion seeking permission to perform extensive testing on evidence. zellner says she has scientists on standby from u-c-l-a all the way to sweden to do new dna testing, even carbon dating. she says it will show if avery's blood at the crime scene was planted. (kathleen zellner, steven avery's lawyer) "if you did plant the evidence
we're going to see in this." avery was convicted in the 2005 murder of freelance photographer teresa halbach. by cops - v there is a new app that hopes to reduce violence during traffic stops. it's called "copwise". the first thing that happens when you open up the app... it starts recording audio, which you can use in court as or if you don't know what to say, the app can say it for you. nats - "officer, i now wish to invoke my 4th and 5th the app developer says it's a useful tool for both civilians and law enforcement. brian cumby/app creator) "sometimes people get aggravated or nervous or they just have trouble talking to police so this kind of helps people with an alternative.") copwise is available for i-o-s and android for two-99.
injuries..conning the government into giving him a purple heart! authorities say darryl lee wright used to play himself up as a disabled veteran to the tune of more than 750- thousand dollars in benefits. they say while he did go to iraq - he was never wounded. instead, lying his way into a purple heart by concocting a story that he was hurt when a rocket blew up his vehicle, even submitting a photo of a damaged vehicle from a sot - "if there was an olympic event for lying., he'd get multiple gold medals. wright could face up to five years in prison. prosecutors say what can't be measured is the damage done to veterans who actually need their benefits. the outspoken governor of maine -- who has been praised by donald trump -- is now igniting a new political firestorm. it's after he left some pretty vulgar and obscene voice messages....
like to talk to you about your comments about my being a racist, you (obscene term)." maine governor paul lepage left these messages for - a state lawmaker lepage thought had called him... racist the governor did not hold back... (voice of gov. paul lepage (r) maine) "i want you to prove that i'm a racist. i've spent my life helping friggin'. i want you to record this and make it public because i am after you. the lawmaker denies that he called governor lepage a racist, but says some of his comments wer racially charged. this is what lepage said when talking about known drug dealers. sot - gov. paul lepage / (r) maine "90% of the pictures in my book, and it's a 3 ring binder, are black and hispanic people. so far, lepage is not
this week the republican and democratic nominees were busy...attacking each other. donald trump says he is softening his position on immigration....but he isn't softening hs language when it comes to attacking hillary clinton. clinton is also in the attack mode -- linking trump to white supremacists! abc political director rick klein wraps the week in politics. a new new trump - and new abc's rick klein with the latest in politics this week donald trump's new campaign team has him on message - even if that message is ? evolving trump old sound - need a deportation force trump on hannity - do we need to get rid of them if they aren't criminals ? trump saying at a fox news forum that he's open to softening his position on deportating undocumented immigrants but there's only a hardening in his stance toward clinton, as he reaches out to minority voters trump: hillary
hasn't gone that far in terms of labeling - but she's going farther in pointing out the connections trump's campaign has to white supremacists and other fringe groups clinton sot - tbd from reno thursday afternoon but clinton and her husband are playing defense too. new questions about ties between hillary clinton's state department and the foundation the clinton family has run trump; it's pay to play - and/or special prosecutor - strong bite on corruption bill clinton saying he won't apologize for his foundation's work bill clinton: "if there's something wrong with creating jobs and saving lives, i don't know what it is" those questions not going away. a federal judge has ordered nearly 15,000 additional hillary clinton emails to be reviewed for possible release - keeping these stories alive right until election day rick klein abc news washington there will be some obvious
if the clouds do remain most of the day we will struggle to hit that number and if it rains throughout the day we will be much cooler than that. speaking of rain we could see light to moderate rain early in day with isolated pockets of heavier rain. into the afternoon if we get some sunshine today more stronger in southern nevada.
and again warmer with highs near 100. we will remain dry through most of the week with slight rain chances returning by wednesday in most locations. highs will also warm back above average to las vegas valley. rainfall is still possible as we go into your saturday with much cooler temperatures. highs today will remain below the normal with a forecast high at 95.
the day we will struggle to hit that number and if it rains throughout the day we will be much cooler than that. speaking of rain we could see light to moderate rain early in the day with isolated pockets of heavier rain. into the afternoon if we get some sunshine today more near 100. we will remain dry through most of the week with slight rain tuesday for the las vegas valley. ((ad-lib at desk)) as clark county parents prepare to send their children back to school on monday.. will they be safe? the people who are supposed to protect them say.. "no." contact 13 chief investigator darcy spears looks at claims that a staffing
/:41 nats: cop on radio in car - 370301/ whether patrolling surrounding streets or roaming school halls, a police presence on campus is comforting at least... / 1:14 nats: students outside campus.../ and at best, could prevent a tragedy. /1:44 nat sequence: i can monitor the front. the whole entire perimeter of the school./ /2:08 nats: crackling radio nats with shot on hand/joystick/ /2:13 nats: anybody that's coming on property/ education in clark county schools takes a backseat... to one thing--safety. so says the district. but the school police union says they're not living up to 6:10 tony russo/poaccsd president: we definitely believe that this is dangerous for everyone involved. tony russo is president of the ccsd police officers association. when assignments were released for the 2016/2017 school year, he sent this email to all union members. :21 tony: right now, we are severely understaffed for this upcoming school year. russo says vacancies left by retiring officers and others who left the department are budgeted for, but have not been filled... spreading the remaining officers too thin and
environment. 1:43 tony: most of the high schools that had two officers assigned to them are down to only one. according to the union's list, 31 high schools had officers assigned to them last year. this year, twenty went from two permanent officers... / 1:18 officer nats on radio" "copy, i'm looking for you. where you at?"/... to just one in a county that's had it's share of school violence. file track nat from michael burton pkg mojave high shooting on 11/22/15: "police say the shots were fired at around 4pm - after a fight broke out..." as action news rep november, a 16-year-old was shot and killed at mojave high school after a fight. that school is down from two officers to one. canyon springs high school still has two. its history includes a violent start to the 2013 school year. from aug. 26, 2013 pkg: det. maciszak: six suspects came on the school campus... students were badly hurt in a fight and one was robbed at gunpoint and pistol whipped during a welcome back breakfast for the senior class. /:33 nats dispatch over radio/ six middle schools had a permanent police presence last year. this year, the p.o.a says only
has an assigned officer. 1:59 tony: what it's made is an already soft target even softer, in our eyes. 2:32 darcy: the officers are at risk? tony: yeah. d: the staff is at risk? the students are at risk? t: yes. d: and have you expressed those concerns to the chief and the district? t: they have not sat down with us. they would not sit down with contact 13. school police captain ken young declined to go on camera. over the phone, he said current staffing levels are down about seven and a hal darcy stand-up: clark high school is another campus the union says is down from two officers to one. police officials say they've been experimenting with single officer campuses for a few years and don't feel it compromises safety. captain young says roving officers and zone patrols will provide three officers for every two high schools... adding that ccsd police hire year- round and partner with other law enforcement agencies for assistance. darcy tag: the school district had an outside consultant
in july, we asked for a copy, but to date, they've delayed giving it to us, saying the in the meantime, as a digital extra you'll find only on ktnv.com, we've got a map where you can see what's going on with police presence at your child's school. darcy spears, 13 action news. > we have breaking news just into our newsroom about that shooting we told you about earlier we'll be back w more, you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news
being shot earlier this morning...and the man responsible is behind bars. this is happening on pleasure lane...near paradise hills and the 5-15, officers say a man in his 20s was killed by another man who lived in the same home. there were 3 people in the home at the time of the shooting. again -- a man has been shot and killed and the suspect is now behind bars. no one else was hurt,.
a possible threat is written on a piece of paper! officials tell us... a flight came in from miami and when crews were cleaning the cabin for the out-bound flight.. they found a paper with what appeared to be a threat written on it. it was not deemed as credible or dangerous. also new overnight-- metro police releasing pictures of this robbery suspect hoping you recognize him. detectives say he robbed a bui this month. they say he stormed in, demanded money and ran away. take a close look -- you can see the man wearing a distinctive unlv hat.
well, you can declutter your home and get top value for that junk. sounds good, right? back with more is gia graduate gemologist, neil sackmary with nevada coin mart. it's great having you back, neil. >> great to be here on a saturday, sean. >> of course. >> great day to sell. >> it is a great day. you know, every day is a great day to sell. >> i know. i agree with you 100%. i say it each time we come on and it's very exciting. >> well, let's talk about it. you help a lot of people to downsize all that junk and the stuff they have laying around their house and get not only just downsize, it sounds like you're tossing it out, you're getting tova >> absolutely, 100%. you know, we don't have a lot of time, but we got a lot of stuff to go over. the first thing is this. nevada coin mart is the only place in las vegas that will sit and go through your items. if you're downsizing or decluttering, take the time, come in and see me. i'm there 365 days a year from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. every single day. i am talking to you, so when you're sitting there right now watching, when you're sitting on the sofa, whether you're
whatever you're doing, get up, get out of bed, and get up and get to nevada coin mart right now. come and see me. i'm neil sackmary. every day come and see me. >> he is neil sackmary every day, that's a fact. let's talk about junk and stuff. what is junk and stuff? >> clients come in every day and bring me stuff. i mean it could be a bag of, you know, a garbage bag full of jewelry. you know, i buy any type of jewelry -- gold, silver, costume. you know we have coins here. i buy silver bullion. i buy old currency, proof sets, mint sets. you know, use these things. i mean sterling silver flatware, collectibles. you name it and i buy it. the important thing is this. when you come to nevada coin mart i'm open right now. open 365 days a year. i have collectible experts, i have coin experts, i have currency experts. i'm a graduate gemologist from gia.
las vegas. i buy diamonds. i'm a graduate gemologist from gia. i just bought a beautiful 4.5 karat diamond from somebody. it's gorgeous. if you have nice diamonds, you come in and see me. if you have rolex watches, come in and see me. come in and get a price for them. now it's coming up to christmas, and so what happens is we're trying to stash money away. sell what you have, turn it into cash. turn stuff or junk into cash at nevada coin mart. open right now. come and see me right now. i'm talking to you. >> absolutely. really, it runs the gamut here. we're talking from coins to these coca cola dominoes which are collectible. >> yogioh cards, disney things, michael jordan, graded baseball cards, fur jackets. >> wow! everything. >> you have it and you want to sell it, blue books that you
silver bars we buy, we sell these. you know, when you want to talk about silver eagles, one-ounce silver coins, we buy them. everybody else wants to play games. nevada coin mart is the industry leader. nevada coin mart is open 365 days a year. i keep stressing it because i'm open on sunday which is tomorrow, but i'm open today as well. so get up, get out of bed, stop what you're doing. if you're in the middle of that bite just finish that bite and load your stuff in the car and come and see me. >> what if they were thinking about going grocery shopping? >> well, then they should come and see me first and that way they have money for grocery shopping. you know, we did the thing on july 4th and people needed money for hot dogs. >> of course, true. >> right. >> so glazier's. >> if you need money for grocery shopping come and see me before. $200 or more, $50 glazier gift certificate. if you want to come to the industry leader in a beautiful store that's on the corner of jones and flamingo, i am open
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